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Why Nose Breathing Is Better than Mouth Breathing?
Breathing is one of the most vital functions of human overall health and well-being, and it starts with nose breathing instead of mouth breathing. People who breathe through their mouth instead of their nose are more susceptible to suffering from childhood development, sleep apnea, teeth clenching, poor posture, thyroid problems, incorrect facial profit, and many other medical conditions that arise after these conditions.
If you think you are a mouth breather, you need to immediately get help from a professional and medical team to diagnose if you are a mouth breather and then get a proper treatment to begin breathing through your nose and stop mouth breathing.
If you are experiencing TMJ pain, Sleep Apnea, Snoring, poorly developed dental arches, crooked teeth, an improper bite, orofacial muscle imbalances, posture problems, and headaches, contact us. Dr. Horiyat now has a variety of natural, painless, and effective ways to treat these debilitating problems and get her patients relief.
Mouth Breathing Vs. Nose Breathing
Experts agree that breathing through your nose has many superior benefits to your whole-body wellness than mouth breathing. Our noses process air differently than our mouths can do.
Human lungs prefer air that’s not too hot or cold. Unless you have a nasal blockage condition such as a deviated septum or chronic rhinitis, your nose will cool and warm the air that goes into your lungs to an optimal body temperature. Mouth breathing doesn’t do this.
The tiny and hair-like structures in your nose, called “Cilia”, filter out toxins and debris as air is inhaled through the nasal membranes. Cilia sends the toxin to your throat instead of your lungs. Mouth breathing directs everything you breathe into your lungs.
Our nasal passages humidify the air we inhale, but our mouth doesn’t typically do this. This is one of the main reasons that mouth breathers usually wake up with a dry mouth, congested nose, or a sore throat.
Our noses can smell harmful substances in the air or our food; however, our mouths can’t find these toxins as effectively.
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